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Milcom

(mĭl`kəm) [Heb.,=their king], in the Bible, god of the Ammonites whose cult Solomon introduced in Jerusalem. In the Book of Judges the name is replaced (probably by mistake) by Chemosh. Milcom may be identifiable with MolechMolech
or Moloch
, Canaanite god of fire to whom children were offered in sacrifice; he is also known as an Assyrian god. He is attested as early as the 3d millennium B.C.
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Urias, "Operational cost of deploying moving target defenses defensive work factors," in Proceedings of the 34th Annual IEEE Military Communications Conference, MILCOM 2015, pp.
Wu, "Hierarchical blind modulation classification for underwater acoustic communication signal via cyclostationary and maximal likelihood analysis," in Proceedings of the IEEE Military Communications Conference (MILCOM '13), pp.
Lim, "Distributed dynamic slot assignment scheme for fast broadcast transmission in tactical ad hoc networks," in Proceedings of the IEEE Military Communications Conference (MILCOM '12), pp.
- The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] will focus on new and enduring network capabilities that connect and protect warfighters during the MILCOM 2011 Conference and Exposition, Nov.
Milcom is deploying Redline's RedMAX 4C systems at Amata Industrial Park, the biggest industrial park in Thailand located outside of Bangkok, to deliver its first Mobile WiMAX trial services targeted to business users in the region.
MILCOM 2007 attendees had the chance to test drive the newly introduced GETAC V100 Rugged convertible tablet and the GETAC P470 Rugged notebook.
Entre los seis proveedores principales (MTN, Vodacom, Cetltel, Orange, Milcom y Orasom) sumaban 33 millones de suscriptores en 2003, con ingresos totales cercanos a los US$6.600 millones.
for access to its hot spots on the islands of Indonesia, and with MilCom Systems for access to one of Thailand's highest-profile hot spot networks.
The company said that it has signed roaming agreements with Centrin Communications Ltd for access to its hotspots on the islands of Indonesia, and with MilCom Systems for access to one of Thailand's highest-profile hotspot networks.
Michael Frankel, deputy assistant secretary for defense of C3ISR and IT systems, said in October at the MilCom 2003 show in Boston that the network will use a wide variety of technologies, from satellites to JTRS radios to Internet Protocol-based networking standards to software that can monitor the security, reliability, and availability of the network.
Lyle Bagley, dean of engineering and industrial technology for TCC's Virginia Beach Campus, who is already working with such companies as STILH, IMS Gear and MILCOM, as well as with the US Navy and Marine Corps, on projects ranging from curriculum development to student internships.
Business-building partners, which help companies create new ventures based on patents or technologies, are usually private equity firms, such as Accel-KKR and Milcom. A firm of this kind focuses on a particular end market and provides industry-specific management talent and operating skills.